Horticulture

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  1. Ronman

    Ronman TPF Noob!

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    I took some photos in the garden today. The evergreens are greening-up, the deciduous trees are mostly budding. Below, is one of my earlyest shrubs to bloom.

    Mahonia (Mahonia aquifolium) Oregon Grape Holly. Holly like evergreen leaves, upright growth. Root has good antibiotic activity.





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  2. spiffybeth

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    it looks underexposed.
     
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    here's a little quick touch up in microsoft live editing program. hope i didn't butcher it. just lightened it up.

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    some tips.
    1.) watch your exposure, maybe read something on it.
    2.) try not to keep your subject right in the center
    3.) try not to cut off parts, like a little bit of the top of the plant.
    if you were even looking for tips :p
     
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    seem a little underexposed and avoid cutting of the plant.
     

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